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Galwegians are being encouraged to join Ronan Scully, Galway's representative in this year’s Operation Transformation programme for a ‘Walk on the Prom’ this weekend.
AFTER THE blazing success of the last bout, which was a thrilling tie by the way, the rude boys and soulsters are ready to bring it all back onto the dancefloor again.
Salthill is set to celebrate the city’s vibrant literary scene as Galway’s many writers and poets - both published and aspiring - read at the Salthill Community Arts Festival.
Griffith’s Valuation was done in the mid 1850s in order to survey all land and buildings in the country with a view to putting rates on them. It was a comprehensive project and is a very valuable resource for researchers today. In that survey there are 38 houses listed in the village of Salthill, including those we see in our photograph, the six that were in Beach Avenue (which was known then as Ryan’s Terrace), those that went down to Cremin’s Sea Baths (where Seapoint is today), and a number across the road, roughly where Baily Point is today. There were also some irregular buildings on what is now called Lenaboy Avenue.